For server authentication, you must ensure that clients contacting your server trust the root certificate in the chain. In the case of globally-signed certificates, the root certificate is the Certificate Authority's certificate.
When using a globally-signed certificate, each client must verify field values to avoid trusting certificates that the same Certificate Authority has signed for other clients.
For more information about configuring MobiLink clients to trust server certificates, see Configuring MobiLink clients to use transport-layer security.
For more information about configuring the database server to use transport-layer security, see Starting the database server with transport-layer security.
For more information about using globally-signed certificates to establish trust, see Globally-signed certificates.
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